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MX Boots? has come out with a newway to customize your race wear, right down to your boots. Their line of Boot Graphic kits is reasonably priced ($39.95) and come fit‑ ted for either their all white or all black J1 Lite or J1 Pro line of mo‑ tocross boots. Jett Boot graphics are printed on the same material used on their race proven DX1 MX graph‑ ics, these kits are built to last. Changeable graphics for your boots could start a whole line of changeable moto gear. How about Velcro sew on butt patches for the back of your riding pants? Extra: Mention you saw these in DIRT ILLustrated and Jett Boots will offer free installation on all graphic kits when purchased with a new pair of Jett boots or com‑ plete set of replacement uppers. Such a deal. Contact Jett Boots at http://www.jettboots.com Be sure and tell them DIRT IL‑ Lustrated sent you. Cobra Mini Win at Loretta Lynn’s Utah’s Pierce Brown – aboard a Cobra Moto CX65 – won the first-ever 65cc class amateur na‑ tional motocross title at the Red Bull Loretta Lynn Amateur Nation‑ als aboard an American-made dirt bike. Cobra Moto also got titles from California’s Ryder Di Fran‑ cesco and Michigan’s Jaiden Tay‑ lor. Ryder, became the first-ever racer to win back-to-back 51cc (4-6) AMA 1 class title since its inception in 1997. Taylor won the 51cc (7-8) AMA 2 class with con‑ sitant finishes at Loretta’s. Polaris Donates $154,125 to the Wounded Warrior Project A tip of the DIRT ILLustrated visor to Polaris and their deal‑ ers for donating $154,125 to the Wounded Warrior Project. It was part of Polaris’ continuing rela‑ tionship with the WWP, an organi‑ zation that raises awareness and aids injured servicemen and wom‑ en. Earlier this year, Polaris also gave three special, blacked-out RANGER RZR XP 4 900 Side-by- Side vehicles to WWP veterans. “Our relationship with the WWP allows Polaris and our deal‑ ers to support the men and women who selflessly sacrifice for our nation through their military service,” said Scott Wine, Polaris Industries CEO. “We hope this do‑ nation helps these brave men and women return to the rich, active lives they truly deserve.” To get involved and learn more, visit http://wounded‑ warriorproject.com www.dirtillustrated.com